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Mobile Communication Networks - Modultafeln of TU Ilmenau

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module properties module number 100092 - common information
module number100092
departmentDepartment of Computer Science and Automation
ID of group2235 (Integrated Communication Systems)
module leaderProf. Dr. Andreas Mitschele-Thiel
languageEnglisch
term Wintersemester
previous knowledge and experience

Basics of Mobile Communication Networks

learning outcome

The course provides an in-depth understanding of research issues in advanced (mobile) communication networks. The course is research-oriented and focuses primarily on the mobility management and QoS management for mobile systems. In addition, the course introduces some future systems and technologies, such as ad-hoc networks and cognitive radio. Furthermore, the course gives an overview of self-organization and its impact on future communication systems.

content
  • Wireless Transmission
  • Medium Access Schemes
  • IEEE 802.11
  • Ad Hoc Networks
  • Mobility Management
  • TCP/IP
  • Quality of Service
  • Cognitive Radio Networks
  • Mobile network Evolution
  • Self Organization
media of instruction and technical requirements for education and examination in case of online participation

- presentation of slides

- drawings on white board

- discussions

literature / references

Jochen Schiller: Mobile Communications, second edition, Pearson Education Limited, 2003; selected scientific articles.

evaluation of teaching

Pflichtevaluation:

Freiwillige Evaluation:

WS 2010/11 (Vorlesung)

WS 2011/12 (Vorlesung)
WS 2012/13 (Vorlesung)
Hospitation:

Details reference subject
module nameMobile Communication Networks
examination number2200318
credit points5
SWS3
on-campus program (h)33.75
self-study (h)116.25
obligationobligatory module
examoral examination performance, 20 minutes
details of the certificate
  • The course consists of two parts: In the first part of the semester, lectures on the material are given. In the second part, individual studies (semester-long research projects that include a term paper and a presentation) help to improve understanding of the material.

 

  • Grading scheme: 40% term paper plus presentation, 60% oral exam (20 min, registration at ICS office in Z1031).

 

  • Binding registration for the exam (using Thoska or the registration form provided by the examination office IA) is required at the beginning of each semester (check the registration time window which is defined each semester) in order to participate in individual studies projects and the oral exam. As your course grade is a result of the individual studies and the oral exam, only formally registered students are eligible for participation in the individual studies and may receive credits for it.
alternative examination performance due to COVID-19 regulations incl. technical requirements
signup details for alternative examinations
maximum number of participants
Details in degree program Master Research in Computer & Systems Engineering 2012
ATTENTION: not offered anymore
module nameMobile Communication Networks
examination number2200318
credit points5
on-campus program (h)34
self-study (h)116
obligationobligatory module
examoral examination performance, 20 minutes
details of the certificate
  • The course consists of two parts: In the first part of the semester, lectures on the material are given. In the second part, individual studies (semester-long research projects that include a term paper and a presentation) help to improve understanding of the material.

 

  • Grading scheme: 40% term paper plus presentation, 60% oral exam (20 min, registration at ICS office in Z1031).

 

  • Binding registration for the exam (using Thoska or the registration form provided by the examination office IA) is required at the beginning of each semester (check the registration time window which is defined each semester) in order to participate in individual studies projects and the oral exam. As your course grade is a result of the individual studies and the oral exam, only formally registered students are eligible for participation in the individual studies and may receive credits for it.
alternative examination performance due to COVID-19 regulations incl. technical requirements
signup details for alternative examinations
maximum number of participants